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#1 Sabear

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Posted 24 July 2018 - 04:57 PM

The facility only uses dry cleaning methods within production/food storage areas. We are a RAW nut processor.

 

Does anyone know/have experience with using "saniwipes" in this type of environment for food contact surfaces? The product states that a rinse is not needed after sanitation. 

 

Thank you so much in advance for any help.



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Posted 24 July 2018 - 07:43 PM

Have only seen sani wipes used in hospital environments and on small items, non-invasives etc.

 

If applicable you would be looking to use the Super Sani Wipes, however with an alcholol based quat I think it is only 65-75% ISO per sheet.

 

Would seem to be quite non cost effective.


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Posted 24 July 2018 - 08:44 PM

You would probably be better off going with a bulk D2 alcohol sanitizer and sturdy terry cloth or other shop towels.

 

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Posted 25 July 2018 - 04:59 AM

Hi, Sarah H.

 

We have tried and no need to rinse after application.

 

agree with Mr. Gourley on the use D2-rated IPAs, weigh the advantages and disadvantages of the 2 options. You may also want to check Ecolab's drysan.

 

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Posted 26 July 2018 - 01:21 PM

We have used Ecolab's EcoWipes and we also use Ecolab's dry san. 

 

The drysan is also a no rinse. It is a spray application and has a rapid dry time. I really like the dry san  for a quick application of sanitizer - works well with hard to reach area. 

 

The ecowipes we just use on small surfaces ( door knobs, hand touched surfaces). It works well for a small area, surface but wouldn't work well for a larger area/application as you would be using a lot of cloths - not the most cost effective.



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Posted 26 July 2018 - 04:11 PM

Greetings. We use Sani-wipes and it seems to be effective. However, we use simple green to clean with and then sanitize with the Sani-wipe. We are a manufacture of food grade packaging. 



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